3 Ways to Use the Baker’s Box – NOW 25% Off!

Baker’s Box Thinlits Dies are 25% OFF!  The Stampin’ Up! Baker’s Box Thinlits Dies are 25% off through Monday, Feb. 15, and they are my personal “pick” of the weekly deals.  They coordinate with the All Boxed Up stamp set (#138944-wood mount#139340-clear mount) and Homemade for You stamp set (#138686-wood mount#139444-clear mount).

Baker's Box Thinlits Dies #138279 Images © Stampin' Up!

Baker’s Box Thinlits Dies #138279 – Images © Stampin’ Up!

Here’s inspiration from Stampin’ Up! using my “pick” of the weekly deals, the Baker’s Box Thinlits Dies.

138376G Baker's Box Thinlits Dies

Images © Stampin’ Up!

Baker's Box Thinlits Dies

Images © Stampin’ Up!

Baker's Box Thinlits Dies

Images © Stampin’ Up!

How about a video demonstration?

 

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STAMPIN’ UP! WEEKLY DEALS!  SAVE 25% on ALL these select Stampin’ Up! products including the Baker’s Box Thinlits Die!  Discounted prices on the Stampin’ Up! Weekly Deals end February 15.  Supplies are limited at the discounted prices.

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Price: $33.00

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5 Comments:

  1. Could you please tell me the dimensions of the box bottom? I can’t tell if it’s big enough to hold a cupcake?? Knowing the height before the box folds in would also be helpful. Thanks!

    • I don’t have one in front of me right now, but I don’t think you could put a regular size cupcake inside without smushing in the sides.. A mini cupcake should fit nicely though.

      • Good point, Candy! The bottom of the Baker’s Box is roughly 2 1/4” x 2 1/2”. I think the cupcake (at the most) could be 2 1/4” tall (smaller than the cupcakes you typically see).

  2. Hi, Mary Fish
    I am a gift maker and follow your blog and this type of tutorial. Can you tell me what type of paper you use in this gift box?
    Another question is, Is the speeches are written on the paper before you bought?

    • These were made by Stampin’ Up!. However, I believe they used card stock. If you are referring to the sentiments on the tags, they were stamped with stamp images and ink. Hope this helps.

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